Mattison led San Bernardino with 6 TDs in Week 0 victory

SAN BERNARDINO 44, ARROYO VALLEY 14
The Cardinals running back Alexander Mattison scored six touchdowns on 13 carries for 313 yards in victory over the Hawks in the season opener. The Cardinals quarterback Demondre King rushed for 88 yards on seven carries while A’caunti Morris contributed with a 41-yard scoop-and-score touchdown. The Cardinals (1-0) will play at 7 p.m. Friday against Riverside Hillcrest.
BONITA 49, SCHURR 2
Tanner East completed 15 of 23 passes for 174 and two touchdowns as Bonita rolled over visiting Schurr in the nonleague game. East connected with nine different Bearcats before sitting out the second half. Both Brandon Bradshaw and Romeo Gutierrez each found the end zone twice on the ground. Schurr was led by Anthony Varela who rushed 18 times for 67 yards.  
CHAFFEY 35, LAKESIDE 6
The Tigers running back Michael Dean rushed for four TDs and over 200 yards against Lakeside. Jovanni Sanchez also caught a touchdown for the Tigers.
COLONY 28, WEST COVINA 21 
Jiaire Wade scored his fourth touchdown of the game with 1:54 to play to rally reigning CIF Southern Section Central Division champion Colony in the nonleague game. Wade scored all four of Colony’s touchdowns. He rushed for 105 yards on 24 carries. He also scored a two-point PAT. West Covina took a 21-20 lead with 6:15 left in the game. Mike Gomez scored from the 8 and J.D. Algandar broke the tie with the successful extra-point attempt. West Covina turned the ball over five times.
 
UPLAND 49, KNIGHT 6
Head coach Tim Salter collected his 200th victory.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

San Bernardino High’s Alexander Mattison weighs college options

San Bernardino High’s Alexander Mattison made a name for himself rushing for a county-leading 2,017 yards last season as a junior and continued to draw the eyes of college scouts at various offseason football camps.

Alexander Mattison carrying the ball during practice at San Bernardino High School on Thursday, August 6, 2015 in San Bernardino, Ca.  (Micah Escamilla/The Sun)

Alexander Mattison carrying the ball during practice at San Bernardino High School on Thursday, August 6, 2015 in San Bernardino, Ca. (Micah Escamilla/The Sun)

While the Cardinals’ faithful can expect another solid performance from the running back as he conclude his high school career. It will be up to opposing defenses, especially from

the Mountain Valley League, to stand in his way and try to stop him.

But the elephant in the room is what will be next for Mattison following his senior year.

Mattison has several scholarship offers which include Pac-12 programs, according to head coach Jeff Imbriani, but it is not a guarantee that the running back will play in the conference.

The senior confirmed that Boise State, Washington and Arizona State are at the top of his list.

“Out of my offers right now those are the most communicative and interesting to me,” said Mattison.

He also mentioned Washington State as a program that completes his top four at the moment.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

San Bernardino High wrestling continues Mountain Valley League success

San Bernardino’s Isiah Ferrera was named the lower weight MVP of the Mountain Valley League and was one of the Cardinals’ four individual wrestlers to win a league title in their respective weight classes.
San Bernardino CardinalsMikey Ornelas (115 lbs), Aldo Barragan (120 lbs) and Alexander Mattison (195 lbs) were the others to win individual titles for the Cardinals.
The Cardinals coach Mark Clark was also named the league’s coach of the year.
Last week, the Cardinals won its first team league title in over 30 years and competed its first undefeated season in 50 years.
San Bernardino will compete in the CIF Duals on Feb. 7.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

San Gorgonio Girl Soccer Winter Classic Tournament Pool Play Results

San Gorgonio Girl Soccer Winter Classic Tournament Pool Play Results:

Group A
Claremont defeated Rim of the World, 5-0.
Claremont defeated Colton, 2-1.
Colton defeated Rim of the World, 0-0 (3-2 PKs)
Group B
Redlands defeated Jurupa Valley, 4-1.
Redlands defeated Grand Terrace, 1-1 (3-2 PKs)
Grand Terrace defeated Hoover 3-0.
Jurupa Valley defeated Hoover, 5-0.
Group C
Oak Hills defeated Carter, 1-0.
Vista Del Lago defeated Orange Lutheran, 1-1 (4-3 PKs).
Oak Hills defeated Vista Del Lago, 1-0.
Carter defeated Orange Lutheran, 1-1 (4-3 PKs).
Group D
Alta Loma defeated Arroyo Valley, 9-1.
Cajon defeated Beaumont, 3-2.
Alta Loma defeated Cajon, 1-0.
Beaumont defeated Arroyo Valley, 4-0.
Group E
Riverside King defeated Lakeside, 6-0.
Riverside King defeated Rubidoux, 2-0.
Lakeside defeated Rubidoux, 3-0.
Group F
Redlands East Valley defeated Apple Valley, 8-0.
Cathedral City defeated Indian Springs, 3-0.
Cathedral City defeated Redlands East Valley, 2-0.
Apple Valley defeated Indian Springs, 8-0.
Group G
Serrano defeated Patriot, 3-0.
Serrano defeated Fontana, 5-1.
Patriot defeated Fontana, 3-0.
Group H
Yucaipa defeated Highland, 4-0.
San Gorgonio defeated San Bernardino, 5-0.
Yucaipa defeated San Gorgonio, 1-0.
Highland defeated San Bernardino, 5-1.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

Highlights from San Gorgonio’s first round playoff victory over Cajon

The San Gorgonio Spartans defeated the Cajon Cowboys, 55-7, in the first round of the CIF-SS Inland Division Playoffs. The Spartans will play undefeated Riverside Poly at 7 p.m. Nov. 21 at home.

 

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email